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2017/18 Premier League Predictions – Week 23

The Premier League returns after a cup hiatus last weekend and that means I can dive back into the fast paced world of predictions, the run of form has been good as of late so obviously I want to continue that but will a week off hamper my momentum? Here is what I am offering up over the course of the next few days

Saturday

Chelsea vs Leicester – Chelsea Win

Crystal Palace vs Burnley – Draw

Huddersfield vs West Ham – West Ham Win

Newcastle vs Swansea – Draw

Watford vs Southampton – Draw

West Brom vs Brighton – West Brom Win

Tottenham vs Everton – Tottenham Win

Sunday

Bournemouth vs Arsenal – Arsenal Win

Liverpool vs Manchester City – Manchester City Win

Monday

Manchester United vs Stoke – Manchester United Win

Without question the biggest clash of the weekend is the meeting between Liverpool and Manchester City at Anfield, can Pep Guardiola’s men continue their unbeaten start to the season or can Jurgen Klopp’ side exact revenge for the thrashing they were dealt at the Etihad earlier in the season

Chelsea will look to split the Manchester duopoly once again when they play host to a Leicester side whose form has stuttered as of late

Tottenham will look to move into the top four for an evening at least when they play host to an Everton side who have not won any of their last four league matches

Arsenal will look to stay in the race for the top four when they make the trip to Bournemouth, the corresponding fixture last season saw the two teams play out a six goal thriller at the Vitality Stadium

While there are six other all important Premier League clashes

That is what I think will happen, what do you think? Please leave your thoughts in the comments below. As always best of luck if you do follow these tips. Place your bets now.

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